This fall brings the return of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, an exposition of activities, tours, and exhibitions all over the city that highlight the power of architecture and the ways in which Chicagoans inhabit the spaces of the city. Although looking at skyscrapers and touring old houses are always edifying and fun ways to check […]
The ‘tragic Asian’ love story disappears in this new gay rom-com.
The Indian architect and urban planner’s work and process is on display in a new retrospective.
An exhibition in two parts—Part I: Wrightwood 659
The dismal depiction of Japan’s “missing million” features more than 70 paintings and drawings.
The show’s real power lies in how it acknowledges the complicated intergenerational conversations between queer artists of color.
The UN estimates that in 2018, 68 million people were displaced worldwide. Where do they belong?